Authorized to possess and/or produce marijuana under the former MMAR and who meet the terms of the Federal Court injunction order may continue to do so until the Court orders . 24 Feb 2016 A Federal Court judge is expected to release a decision today on whether medical marijuana patients have the right to grow their own cannabis. "We will be heading back to court to fine-tune that injunction," said Conroy on Wednesday afternoon in Vancouver.
Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR) provide the legal means through which Canadians can obtain access to cannabis for medical purposes, except as noted below (see section regarding the injunction). The media release issued by Health Canada emphasizes that until the rules are amended, patients (with the exception of those covered by an injunction) are still only allowed to . 12 Aug 2016 According to Health Canada, approximately 28,000 Canadians have authorization to possess and licences to produce marijuana for medical purposes under court injunctions. 24 Feb 2016 He and thousands of others have been able to continue growing their own marijuana under a court injunction. Health Canada will also allow MMAR patients covered under a previous court injunction to change the address or designated grower on their license, but only by registering under the new . In addition, many people who had to change the address of their production site no longer have valid licences registered with Health Canada, . Under this program patients were provided with an Authorization To Possess (ATP) license and could source their marijuana from Health Canada, grow their own, or designate someone as their grower. The decision was made in reaction to a . 24 Aug 2016 The Government of Canada has released the Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR. There are roughly 500,000 medical cannabis users in Canada over the age of 25, according to a survey commissioned by Health Canada – a substantial proportion of whom are not purchasing . 24 Mar 2016 Ottawa will not appeal a judge’ order for the federal government to revise regulations that restrict access to medical marijuana. The section 56 class exemption for individuals authorized to possess or to produce marijuana for medical purposes by virtue of an injunction remains in . 19 Aug 2016 On August 11, 2016, Health Canada announced the new Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR). 24 Feb 2016. Arguments (2015): Federal Court to decide who has the right to grow · Injunction to Health Canada rules means medical marijuana users can grow at home, . 27 Jan 2016 Before the MMPR there was the Marihuana Medical Access Regulations (MMAR) legislation.
Grow their own medical marijuana themselves. 19 Aug 2016 Further to the Court’ decision, the Minister of Health issued the following section 56 class exemptions under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act. READ MORE: Canadians will soon be allowed to grow their own medical marijuana.
19 Aug 2016 Health Canada information for law enforcement on the use of marihuana for medical purposes.